Q-Sys Level 1 Curriculum Changes

March 01, 2014 at 3:00 PM


New Syllabus

Based on our customer feedback, we have made a few great improvements to the Q-Sys Level One Online Training Course to make your learning experience more complete and to better prepare you to build audio systems upon completion.

If you were in the process of completing Q-Sys Level One Certification and you failed to complete the old curriculum before March 21, you will be required to complete all of the re-aligned curriculum in order to receive Level One certification. However, we will still honor any assessments that you have successfully completed prior to this date that are still part of the new curriculum.

Here are a few of the improvements that we have made to the course:

System Design "Exit Exam"

Students are now required to submit a final system design (based on predetermined test prompt) and receive valuable, one-on-one verification and feedback on the design from QSC Training & Education specialists.


System-Focused Curriculum:

By popular demand, the re-aligned curriculum focuses more on concepts that are common to nearly all installations. In addition, we have added a new module that demonstrates how to synthesize all of the lessons into a single, COMPLETE system, from start to finish.


The new Level One curriculum requirements can all be completed in Emulation Mode. We have moved the "Core-required" modules into the optional Application QuickStart section, and offer in-depth, hands-on training on these topics with our IN-CLASS Level Two training.


If you have any questions, contact qsc.training@qsc.com.

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